Rhyvers Group Launches Literary Magazine with Chandigarh Literary Society, Rhyvers Beat: The budding writers, poets, and artists of the region have a new platform on which to showcase their works. The Rhyvers Media Group today launched its literary magazine Rhyvers Beat at UT Guest House, Chandigarh.
Dr. Sumita Misra, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary, Haryana, and Chairperson Chandigarh Literary Society (CLS) was the chief guest on the occasion. Dr. Misra and the other eminent guests launched the print and digital edition of the magazine.
Dr. Misra congratulated the team of Rhyvers Beat on their latest venture. She said that authors and creative artists are always on the lookout for quality platforms to exhibit their immense talents. Dr. Misra added that she looked forward to the dynamic participation of the creative minds of the region in the forthcoming editions of Rhyvers Beat.
The magazine was launched in collaboration with the Chandigarh Literary Society. Dr. Lakhwinder Singh Johal, President, Punjabi Sahit Akademi, and former IAS officer Vivek Atray graced the occasion as Guests of Honour.
Dr. Johal appreciated the efforts of the Rhyvers Group in promoting literature and creative arts through their various publications and the new magazine, Rhyvers Beat.
Mr. Vivek Atray motivated young writers and poets to keep writing and refining their craft.
Mr. Affan Yesvi, Director Rhyvers Media Group informed that Rhyvers Group is dedicated to the publication of high-quality literary, academic, and creative works. Mr. Yesvi added that Rhyvers Beat shall act as a bridge between creative artists and their audience and readers. He said that the glimpse of the extraordinary in the ordinary makes every piece of creative writing, every work of art, unique.
Dr. Sonika Seth, Executive Editor, Rhyvers Beat introduced the theme of the inaugural edition. The world is full of negativity and pessimism and in the midst of all this, Rhyvers Beat brings to its readers a whiff of love and optimism, said Sethi.